Enable Better and Timelier Decision-Making Using Real-Time Business Intelligence System

  title={Enable Better and Timelier Decision-Making Using Real-Time Business Intelligence System},
  author={Darshan Tank},
  journal={International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Business},
  • D. Tank
  • Published 8 January 2015
  • Computer Science, Business
  • International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Business
Today's businesses need support when making decisions. Business intelligence (BI) helps businesses to make decisions based on good pre-analysis and documented data, and enables information to be presented when and where the decisions need to be made. Real time business intelligence (RTBI) presents numbers in real time, providing the decision makers at the operational and tactical layers with data as fresh as it can 

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